Boss promises new faces will arrive soon.
Cardiff City manager Malky Mackay has reassured the clubs fans that he is working hard behind the scenes to bring in new faces ahead of their debut season in the Premier League, Sky Sports reports.
Having guided the club up from the Championship last season he is well aware of the need for fresh acquisitions ahead of their first foray into the top flight, but have so far found attracting the kind of names they want difficult.
There are currently links between them and Celtic midfielder Victor Wanyama, as well as Blackpool’s Tom Ince, though there is nothing official just yet.
And Mackay has insisted that their lack of movement is not for the lack of trying, but he is waiting on the right names to become available, rather than make additions for the sake of it.
“It’s about convincing some players to come to a club who are seen as one of the relegation favourites,” he said.
“But I talk to them about the plan we have here going forward and the way that we’re going to play.
“It’s the whole package that involves everything about Cardiff City, which I think is quite exciting.
“There’s an awful lot of work going on behind the scenes in terms of going to watch players, seeing reports coming in, speaking to agents and football clubs to make sure we bring in the correct quality of player that’s going to help the group.
“The quality of the player again has to go up because we’re going into an even better league.”